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Cultural Competency Training

Zoom Video Conferencing

Friday, 7th January 2022, 9.30am - 12.30pm.
This cultural competency training held over Zoom will provide attendees with an opportunity to reflect upon, and build knowledge and skills, in order to practice effectively within our diverse communities.

 

Course Information:

Learning Outcomes

This cultural competency training will provide attendees with an opportunity to reflect upon, and build knowledge and skills, in order to practice effectively within our diverse communities.   The aims and objectives of the training will be to support the trainees' confidence and competence, by considering personal bias and culture, considering the lived experiences of others, making safeguarding decisions and managing risk, and utilising good practice tools. The outcomes of the training will be that individuals will be able to evidence cultural competency training, that will be embedded in all areas of their practice.

Course Details

The course will begin at 9.30am and end by 12.30pm.

The course will be provided over Zoom, attendees will need to have access to a device capable of accessing Zoom video conferencing software and a reliable internet connection. You can test your connection by following this link

An electronic certificate of attendance will be provided to all attendees by email after attendance at the course. This course equates to 3 learning hours. Electronic handouts will be emailed to all attendees prior to the course taking place.

 


Your Trainer

Andrea Goddard

Andrea Goddard has more than 20 years’ experience working with vulnerable children and families including 12 years frontline child protection work. In 2010 Andrea trained as a Child Protection trainer for the Kent Safeguarding Children’s Board. In 2012 she undertook further modules with the NSPCC giving her full accreditation to provide safeguarding training. Andrea’s specialist training portfolio was based on the experiences of Black African / Caribbean families, with much experience being taken from her years of being a secretary/Chairperson for her local African Caribbean association.

Over the last three years Andrea has been delivering bespoke cultural competency training to local authorities (including adult and children's social care staff), and to schools.  She is trained in Signs of Safety which is embedded in her practice and is also trained to use the ADAMS model, the PAMS model, and ParentAssess model of assessment. Andrea has been working independently for four and a half years and carries out parenting, risk, child and family, viability, SGO, Connected Carer assessments and others.

Location

Zoom Video Conferencing

This course will take place via Zoom video conferencing. You will need a device compatible with the Zoom video conferencing software and a reliable internet connection. You can test your connection here

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